I wanted a place where we could get advice and support.
In that case...I'm good thank you. I'm looking forward to a weekend of seeing friends and running 18 miles (which I'm a little apprehensive about). I'm currently training for the Liverpool marathon, did 10 miles last night which felt pretty good.
I'm fairly sure you're a person first and the hearing voices is just something that makes you unique (I have an out-y belly button). To be honest, I love listening to people's experiences and how they've outcome them, I think they're really inspiration. Also I don't believe reality is a fixed absolute but something that each of us creates with those around us. (I've just re-read those sentences and I sound both patronising and pretentious, I win!)
Hope you're well and feeling positive.
Did the 18 miler today, it wasn't as bad as I expected but I ache quite a lot now.
Political correctness? We outies don't need people to mind their Ps & Qs, we relish the fight!
I didn't know there was a cup, that's awesome! I must try harder.
It can be hard at times to see any positives, but they're always there we just need to notice them. I know it's easier said than done!
Hope you've had a good weekend.
Sorry, but I have to disagree with you.
Anxiety increases blood pressure and causing the body to collapse during in a real or perceived threat would be an evolutionary weakness.
Hyperventilation and panic causes an overall increase in blood pressure (though hyperventilation on its own does cause a decrease). http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/407702
Fainting due to anxiety/panic attack is rare yet the fear of fainting is common (though I'll admit it can happen, even excluding blood phobia):
I wanted to believe it could happen, but alas The Sopranos lied to me. And I'll stick by my criticism of GPs, thanks.
Sorry SOLB. This is not the place for this discussion.
Also, what were you doing up at 5am??
SOLB no worries I have absolutely no intention of splitting hairs with someone here. It's too much like "work".
I know what I know. You know what you know. And he knows what he knows.
*puts on Manuel from Fawlty Towers voice*
I know nothing
"I shpeek Inglish verry goot... I learn it frrrom a boook!!"
I like it!
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